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UK Rockers Marmozets Announce Another UK Tour

Now they’re back, it’s time for the Bingley mob to flex their muscles.

Crowned with Album Of The Year at the 2015 Kerrang! Awards for their ground-breaking debut album, The Wierd And Wonderful, the Marmozets ship is set to sail again after being docked for quite some time. Said debut album came out way back in September 2014, and while they toured the shit out of it – literally, they played everywhere and anywhere, but that’s what good bands do – they’ve been quiet as of late. 

With a short August run of dates set to kick off this week, and a set at the upcoming Reading & Leeds Festival, the excitement is starting to mount yet again. While we’re psyched they’re back touring, the news of new music is something we’re itching for and it would seem we might be getting that soon. 

First though, the Bingley rockers will be hitting the UK in October for a run of dates at slightly bigger venues, which also includes a show at The Garage in London. If you want a live show peppered with proper punk attitude, mind-boggling riffs and anthemic melodies, then you should probably get yourself to one of these shows. 

Check out the video for Marmozets’ Move, Shake, Hide below:

Guitarist Jack Bottomley can’t wait either, stating: “Everyone’s so excited to get back on the road, we really can’t wait. We’re all in a really good place and we’re totally ready for what’s to come.” Looks like we’re going to get the full Marmozets experience, so prepare to to get slapped around the chops. 

Excited? Good, you better be. Catch them live at the following, innit: 

17: Hull, Welly Club
18: Middlesborough, Empire
19: Glasgow, Saint Luke’s
21: Leeds, Brudenell Social Club (community room)
22: Manchester, Academy 3
23: Birmingham, O2 Academy 2
25: London, Garage
27: Norwich, Arts Centre
28: Bristol, Fleece
29: Bournemouth, Old Fire Station
30: Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms

Words: James Hingle

Posted on August 15th 2017, 12:23pm
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